Sunday at Mill House Presents:
Luis Moses Gomez and His Mill House
Film Premiere & Discussion
Marlborough, NY – On Sunday, August 5, at 11am, The Gomez Foundation for Mill House will premiere Luis Moses Gomez and His Mill House, a brand-new documentary by Tobe Carey, about Luis Moses Gomez, a colonial-era Jewish pioneer merchant, and the development of his Mill House property in Marlboro, New York. The premiere and discussion will be hosted by Andrée Aelion Brooks, who wrote the narration with Ruth K. Abrahams, former Executive Director of the Gomez Foundation, who will join her for this presentation.
Andrée Aelion Brooks is a former contributing columnist and news writer for The New York Times. She now specializes in writing and teaching about the uncommon stories of Jewish history. Her work has won many awards. She is also a Gomez Foundation for Mill House trustee. More information on Brooks can be found at her website, www.andreeaelionbrooks.com.
The event starts at 10 a.m. with a bagel breakfast, followed by the film premiere and discussion at 11.a.m. A complimentary tour of the Gomez Mill House will be offered to attendees following the presentation.
Free admission. Donations welcome. Reservations are required for groups of 10 or more.
For more information please contact the Gomez Mill House office at (845) 236-3126 or via E-mail: email@example.com.
The Gomez Mill House Museum and Historic Site is located at 11 Mill House Road, right off 9W, in Marlboro, NY.
The mission of the Gomez Foundation for Mill House is to preserve the 300 year old Gomez Mill House—the oldest standing Jewish dwelling in North America, home to Patriot, Preservationist, Artisan, and Social Activist—as a significant regional and national-ranked museum, and to inform the public about the historical owners and their contributions to the Hudson River Valley and beyond.
Sunday at Mill House Programs are funded in part by Gomez Foundation for Mill House and by the generous donations of friends of the Gomez Mill House.
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